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Wound Care Compounding

A common health concern that Noblesville Pharmacy treats are skin wounds like pressure sores. These are very common conditions and thus we offer compounding solutions to provide personalized treatment to help you recover from wounds that are hard to heal.

These kinds of wounds are usually associated with individuals who are bedridden, the elderly, individuals who get sick and are immobile, individuals whose movement is impaired in some way, or people who are at risk of receiving a skin wound. A wound can actually form on any part of your body that is holding weight for a long period of time without any kind of relief. Some of the factors that go into skin wounds are your nutrition, weight, and age. This will also affect the amount of time needed to heal properly.

Treating Skin Wounds

There are many effective methods to treat skin wounds. Healthcare providers will usually attempt to improve the mobility of their patient while also enhancing their nutrition. They will also prescribe topical medications that can be applied to the wound area, to aid in the healing process.

Wound Care Compounding
The Compounding Solutions Offered by Noblesville Pharmacy

Noblesville Pharmacy has a variety of different personalized compounded medications that can be applied directly to the skin wound. These medications are created to:

  • Discourage Bacterial Overgrowth

  • Reduce Pain

  • Stimulate New Tissue Growth

Some other options that we are offering are to compound different medications that can be applied to the wound to improve the flow of blood into the wound itself. These are prescription medications that are used for patients that have poor blood circulation going into their extremities.

Noblesville Pharmacy: Providing Personalized Solutions for Your Skin

If you want to prevent a skin wound, need to treat a skin wound, or if you are simply looking for a way to improve your blood circulation, we encourage you to contact us at 317-231-5252 today. We can help improve your health now!

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